Admission, drug, intelligent, important, passage, solution, sound, tropical
A word with many meanings...
Key: a small metal instrument specially cut to fit into a lock and move its bolt.
A USB key stores data and can basically be like an "office on the go"
Unusual keys can be used in artistic projects
Keycards are used in many hotels around the world
Key: something that affords a means of access: the key to happiness.
Key: a book, pamphlet, or other text containing the solutions or translations of material given elsewhere, as testing exercises. A systematic explanation of abbreviations, symbols, etc., used in a dictionary, map, etc.: pronunciation key.
Key: one of a set of marked parts, designated areas, or levers pressed in operating a typewriter, computer terminal, calculator, etc.
Yamaha YPG 235 76-Key Portable Grand Piano Keyboard
Key: tone or pitch, as of voice: to speak or sing in a high key.
Nat King Cole sang in perfect pitch and key
... a few singers who sing (sang) on key and in perfect pitch: Julie Andrews, Mariah Carey, Karen Carpenter, Nat King Cole, Celine Dion, Freddie Mercury, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder
Key: chief; major; important; essential; fundamental; pivotal: a key person in the company; key industries.
Key: to regulate or adjust (actions, thoughts, speech, etc.) to a particular state or activity; bring into conformity: to key one's speech to the intellectual level of the audience.
Key: a reef or low island; cay.
Map of the Florida Keys which includes Key West and Key Largo
Aerial shot of Key West, Florida
Key: a kilogram of marijuana or a narcotic drug.
With a kiss I'd pass the key (lyric from the song "Houdini" by Kate Bush)